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POLICE in Grand Bahama are investigating an incident that has left a man with stab wounds.
THE question of who was behind the late-night fatal shooting of Aaron Hepburn in The Grove remains unanswered following the acquittal of his accused killer in the Supreme Court yesterday.
INVESTIGATORS will know by Friday whether any relatives of the 11-year-old boy who was shot dead over the weekend will face charges, Chief Superintendant Clayton Fernander said yesterday.
POLICE are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in the Sea Breeze canal yesterday.
HUNDREDS of Bahamas Electricity Corporation workers are expected to demonstrate in front of the corporation’s main office today, protesting BEC Executive Chairman Leslie Miller’s refusal to ratify the Bahamas Electrical Workers Union’s industrial contract.
L W Young Junior High School will be closed today due to urgent plumbing repairs that need to be made to the school, officials said.
PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party chairman Bradley Roberts yesterday roasted political rivals for their losses in the recent Free National Movement convention.
THE Bahamas ranked 101 of 142 countries for gender equality in political empowerment, according to a global report released last month.
WHILE it was two straight victories for the CV Bethel Stingrays over arch-rivals CC Sweeting Cobras in the senior boys’ final, the St Augustine’s College Big Red Machine was too much for CV Bethel to handle as they dominated the senior girls’ side of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology’s 2nd Annual National High School Volleyball Tournament.